Resident in the Heilongjiang province in China reported seeing three UFOs darting across the sky and apparently one of them came crashing down into in a man’s vegetable garden.
According to Chinanews.com, villagers in Mengchang saw three objects falling from the sky this morning. Soon after they heard a “huge piercing sound,” and a huge ball of flame came crashing down into the vegetable garden of one of the villagers.
What they found in the garden looks straight out of a science-fiction movie. It appears to be a large metal ball covered by a layer of jagged material. According to China Radio International, China Central Television news is reporting the object to be about 2 and a half feet wide and weighing nearly 90 pounds.
UFOs streaking through the sky in Heilongjiang, China. (Credit: Chinanews.com).The area has been secured and an investigation is underway. Villagers have taken pictures of the object, which remains unidentified.
Crashed UFO in vegetable garden. (Credit: Chinanews.com).
Closer image of the strange object that crashed into a man’s vegetable garden in Heilongjiang, China. (Credit: Chinanews.com).
Chinanews.com has suggested that the object could be related to the failure of a Russian rocket at about the same time. The rocket launch was at 3:42 am local time in Kazakhstan, which is 5:42 am in Beijing. The rocket failed 540 seconds into the flight at an altitude of nearly 100 miles.
The Proton-M rocket was carrying an advanced satellite. However, the head of the Russian national space agency, Roscosmos, told Russia Today the rocket and cargo burned up in the atmosphere and should not have caused any damage on the ground.
The Heilongjiang province is a long distance from Kazakhstan, but the timing is coincidental.
In the video below a faint point of light can be seen crossing the screen at about 45 seconds into the video. It goes from right to left.
Earlier this week UFOs were blamed for the Chinese moon rover malfunctioning. Could this amount to a full scale alien invasion of the far east? Or could it be a case of over active imaginations?